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To the Student Body of 1940: 

This is not a diary of school life, nor yet a personal letter 
describing events of the year, nor yet a book reviewing school 
activities. But it may be seen as a permanent record of the 
school year, set forth objectively as if by the whimsical and 
ghostly hand of Dr. Smedes, whom we may imagine to be 
moving among us in invisible benevolence. As he, critical 
and yet understanding, disinterested and yet interested, would 
see it, this publication wishes to present a picture of school 
life. 

The 1940 Stage Coach is the school's tribute to the student 
body by which it acknowledges every personality on campus. 
It appreciates the fact that it is not the essential traditions — 
the oaks of Saint Mary's and the ivy-cloistered buildings — that 
give life to the dreaming campus, but the student character. 
And the characteristics of the student body are the innumerable 
"little things" — the trivialities of high socks and pork pie 
hats, of baby blouses and Brooks sweaters — which, because they 
will never reoccur in this exact combination again, are too 
valuable to be lost. Nineteen forty can never come again, 
and more vitally to Saint Mary's the class of 1940 of necessity 
takes with it its enthusiasm, its ideals and its loyal work for 
the school. But it has given something to the school which will 
not, and cannot, pass with the year. 

The Stagecoach wishes that it could capture every mood, 
every detail, and give to them permanence. 



DEDICATION 




TO 



C^tiTUPcth (pja&en 



whose quiet precision and correcting eve are but a part of a 
warm personality which moves constantly through- 
out the breadth of the school in the interests 
of the girls and her fellow 
faculty members. 



WILLIAM HENRY JONES 
November II). 1870— February 23, 1910 




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The Board of Trustees 

Diocese of East Carolina 

(Until 194,1) 

Mns. J. Lawrence Sprunt . . Wilmington 
Rev. Worth Wicker Greenville 

(Until 1943) 

Rev. J. IS. Gibble Wilmington 

Mr. 1 '..(). Hiiiui Fayetteville 

Diocese op Western North Carolina 

(Until 1941) 

Rev. Wm. C. Cravner Biltmore 

Mrs. J. W. ('. Johnson .... Franklin 

(Until 1942) 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, Mrs. A. B. Stoney Morganton 

i i> ii i i\ i\ Rev. B. M. Lackey Lenoir 

Diocese of South Carolina 

(Until 1941) 

Dr. S. R. Lucas Florence 

The Bishops Mr. B. Allston M us .... Charleston 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Pexick, D.D.. Chairman 

Raleigh, N. ('. (U " til 1!,| ' I) 

Rt. Rev. Thos. C. Darst, D.D. Rev. \\". S. Poyner Florence 

Wilmington N. C. Rev. William Way Charleston 

Rt. Rev. Robert I'.. Gribbin, D.D. 

Asheville, N. C. Diocese of Upper South Carolina 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas, D.D. (Until 1944} 

Charleston, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. J, mix .1. Gravatt, D.D. Rev. Maurice Clarke Camden 

Columbia S C Emerson I olumbia 

(Until 1944) 

Clerical mid Lay Trustees m r . yy. li. Moore, Sr York 

Rev. Thos. P. Noe York 

Diocese of North Carolina 

(Until lilt'-') Executive Committee 

Mh. Graham II. Andrews . . . Raleigh Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman 

Mn. Richard II. Lewis .... Oxford Mr. Graham H. Andrews 

Mrs. Walter D. Toy .... Chapel Hill Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr. 

Miss Easdale Shaw Charlotte Rev. I. Harding Hughes 

M ii. Hun. miii II. Lewis 
Miss Easdale Shaw 
(Until 1943) Mrs.W.D.Toy 

Mu. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr. . . . Raleigh . ,„ ,, 

„ . , , TT /-i j Secretary- I reasurer of the Board of 

Key. 1. Harding Hughes .... Loncord rn 

TJ I I 1) ,.| 1 4l ^ RUSTEES 

Hon. John J, Barker ....(. harlotte 

Vacancy. Mr. Albert W. Tucker . . Raleigh, N. C. 



Directing the school are her vision and intelligence. . . 




Mns. Ernest Cbuikshank 
U.S., M.A. 

President 



ably suported l)\' these business and spiritual colleagues. 




Mb. Albert \V. Tucker, U.S. Rev. Henry F. Ki.oman 
Secretary and Business Manager Chaplain 



The Faculty 




Elizabeth Bason, A.B., M.A. 

Domestic Science, Domestic Art 
Reserved, domestic, preei.se 

Herbert A. Bird, B.M. 

Violin, Piano 

Conversation, musical hands, amiability 

Anne Royal Carter, A.B. 

Commercial Subjects 

Efficient, attractive, businesslike 

Marianne Widener Casper, A.B. 

Commercial Subjects 

Dictating, 'philosophical, practiced 

Florence C. Davis, B.O. 
Expression, Dramatic Art 
Auditorium, authority, permission slips 

Sally Digges, A.B., M.A. 

Spanish and French 

Cleverness, fortune telling, dry wit 

Evahna Jane Goss, B.S. 
Dancing, Physical Education 
Grace, vivacity, executive ability 

William C. diss, A.B., M.A. 
History ami Social Sciences 
Calm, independence, congenial 

Mary Ruth Hah;, B.S. 

Piano, Theory 

Wistfulness, genius, little girl 

Caroline Estelle Harris, B.D. 
Art, History of Art 
Water-colors, smiles, charm 

Rebecca Harvey, U.S. 

Physical Education 

Sportsmanship, enthusiasm, understanding 

Wii-biuta Frances Horn, A.B., B.Mus. 

Voice 

Effervescence, enthusiasm, happiness 



. . . They back up every worthwhile enterprise, ready to instruct, to 
advise, and to play • • . 

Rachel Johnson, A.B., M.A. 

French 

Quietness, pastel colors, cosmopolitanism 

Martha Dabnioy Jones, A.M., M.A. 

English 

Helpfulness, bright sayings, laughter 

•William H. Jones, A.B., A.A.G.O. 
Organ, Piano, Harmony 
Warm-heartedness, gilbert and suttivan 

Marjorie J. Lai, or, A. 15. 

Biology, Hygiene 

Cultivated speech, spaniels, laboratories 

Letty Kittreli, Lassiter, A.B. 

English 

Puns, popularity, good looks 

Nell Battle Lewis, A.B. 

English, History 

Independence, personality, buoyancy 

Annie Ruth Lineberry, A. 15., M.A. 

Mathematics 

Fairness, patience, reserve 

Charles Albert Petrigu Moore, A.B., 

M.A. 
English 
Demanding, progressive, adaptable 

Mabel Margaret Morrison, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Latin, History and Psychology 
Scholarly, trim, exacting 

Watson K. Partrick, A.B. 

Latin, History, Mathematics 
Lovable, versatile, absent-minded 

Rith Holmes Scott, B.Mus., M.A. 
Piano, History of Music 
Matter-of-Factness, alacrity, faust songs 

Not photographed: 

Mary Helen Dodd, A. 15., M.A. 
Physics, Chemistry, German 

Intellect, culture, aloofness 

Myrtha Wilson, B.E., 15. S. 
Biology 

Kind, sympathetic, patient 

* Deceased. 




The Staff 




Bessie Brown 
Assistant Housekeeer 
Sympathetic, optimistic, obliging 

Mrs. Harlan C. Brown, A. 15.. A.M. 

Librarian 

Hooka, library lectures, whispers 

Dr. II. B. Haywood, Jr. 

School Physician 

Geniality, blue coupe, worldliness 

Julia Jordan 

Secretary 

Green eye shade, affability, competence 

Mrs. Nannie II. Marriott 

Dietitian 

Strawberry shortcake, graciousness. 

Mrs. Hugh McLeod 

Hostess 

Permission slips, gentility, efficiency 

Mus. L. B. Naylor, R.N. 

Matron of the Infirmary 
Pills, paints, pleasantness 

Mary Lewis Sasser 

Secretary 

Exactness, directness, capability 

Juliet 15. Sutton 

Secretary 

Faithful, conscientious, kind 

Elizabeth G. Tucker 
Secretary to the President 
Thorough, friendly, business-like 

Frances Vann 
Assistant Secretary 
Capable, smooth, stylish 

Virginia L. Williamson - , A.B. 
Assistant Librarian 
Iiatioiad, considerate, bookish 



These girls are responsible for and ho 1lie Student Body- - ■ 




Mary Helen Rodman, President; Charlotte Miller, President Day Students; Mary Coleman White 
Vice Presidents Cornelia Clark, Secretary; Elizabeth Tucker, First Vice President. 



The OFFICERS OF THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT lead the Student 
Administration. This year they have not only upheld but strengthened con- 
siderably the new system of Student Government which had its birth in 1937. 
Besides making a fine record for maintaining Student Government principles 
in her presidential duties, Mary Helen Rodman, popular for her bright personality 
and sincere kindness, has won the admiration of all students. Tibbie Tucker, 
prominent in many other phases of school life as well as in her efficient work with 
Student Government activities, is a popular and able vice president. Mary Coleman 
White has held the office of second vice president which was instituted to support 
the other officers and to have charge of minor committees. Cornelia Clark has 
splendid results to show for her hard work as secretary, and Charlotte Miller 
has helped bring closer together the Day Students and the boarders. The whole 
school has felt that a tie, stronger than ever before, has hound these officers to 
each other and to the Student Body in a spirit of congenial cooperation that will 
increase with the increasing age of Student Government. 



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The Honor Council is the Supreme Court to the Student Body. . . 




Margaret Kitchen, Betty Winbourne, Sara Nair, Becky Barnhill, Tibbie Tucker, Mary Helen Rodman, 
Cornelia Clark, President. 



The HONOR COUNCIL is tbe most important body in Student Government. 

Because it was thought especially important that this body be exactingly con- 
scientious towards its duties, and that action be thorough and quick,, its members 
now number only eight. Besides the ex officio members, Mary Helen and Tibbie, 
each class has representatives: Seniors, Becky Barnhill and Cornelia Clark (secre- 
tary); Juniors, Sara Nair and Margaret Kitchen; Sophomore, Nancy Martin (not 
photographed); and Day Student, Betty Winborne. 

Though its work has been particularly trying this rear, the school is proud of the 
way its new council has assumed- multiplied duties and acted justly and wisely. 
With the help of Mr. Moore, Faculty Adviser, these girls have set all future Councils 
an example of how an excellent Council should work. 



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The Hall Council, which this year has held the spotlight on account of its 
efficient work and its infancy, is concerned not only with the breaking of rules 
but the making of them. . . . 




Back row: Kendrick, Parker, Hatfield (Vice Presidents). 

Second row: Feutchenberger, Smith, Boyd, Blythe, Plilegar, Rainey, Burgess. 

Third row: Nair, Peal, Miss Harris, Adviser; Woody, Wood, Gant. 

Front row: Rodman, Wilkinson. 

At desk: Bunn, A. H., Vann. 



Tlie HALL COUNCIL, the most recent addition to Student Government, handles 
all regular routine dormitory regulations. Composed of the Hall Presidents (or 
vice presidents in the absence of the president) the Council meets weekly to 
discuss hall conduct and to take "whatever measures of discipline it rinds necessary. 
Those cases which go beyond ordinary minor matters are referred to the Honor 
Council. 

This body has, worked wonders ; and its officers, Annie Hyman Bunn, Chairman, 
and Bettie Vann, Secretary, with the help of its adviser, Miss Harris, have achieved 
definite success in furthering Student Government. 



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Before this group come all bills affecting student body life. . . 




Taylor, E., Withers, Gibbon, Miss 
Booker, Trotter, Gant, C, Kiglit, Curtis. 



Mr. Moore. Dodso 



Harris, Cha 



Representatives from the faculty and from the student body compose the 
LEGISLATIVE BODY which handles petitions from the Students. Rules 
that need revision or innovations that students want are incorporated in a petition 
which the legislative body passes or. rejects on its merits. The petition is explained 
to the Student Body and reasons given for its acceptance or rejection. Four 
faculty representatives are on the body. Miss Harris, Chairman, Mr. Moore, Miss 
Davis, and Miss Tucker. Mary Swan Dodson. secretary, edits the petitions stu- 
dents present. Tin- five presidents of the classes, Virginia Trotter. Senior Class. 
Adelaide Curtis. Junior Class. Catherine Gant, Sophomore Class, Martha Right, 
Freshman Class, Sibyl I.vtle. Business Class, and Mary Helen Rodman as presi- 
dent of the Student Body are members. Then one representative from each class 
is a part of the body. Phoebe Withers represents the Sophomore Class, Catherine 
Gibbon, the Freshman Class, Mary Swan Dodson. the Junior Class. Julia Booker. 
the Senior Class, Edwina Taylor the Business Class, and Sarah Locke Hardison. 
the Day Students. 



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QXahhJLh. 




To the class of nineteen forty. 




■Tack Gravely, Secretary; Virginia Trotter, President; Jean Cooper, Vice President. 



SENIOR CLASS 



The SENIORS are those awe-inspiring individuals who struggle through famous 
English N; who dwell in a building to themselves; who are allowed the coveted 
privilege of sleeping through breakfast Monday morning and who on the same day 
grab buttered toast as they dash to class; who tell you all the "news" of the year 
before and who somehow always remember to congratulate you on the new office 
you have just received. They are those people who welcome you to school in the fall, 
and to whom you bid goodbye in the spring when the melody of "Goodbye School" 
still rings in your ears. 

The Seniors seem to keep everything going as it should. Frivolous at the Senior 
dance, earnest in dramatizing "Holy Night" at Christmas, gay at the school party, 
wistful at Class Day, they are always, in every mood, the same helpful sincere 
friends of every fellow student. 



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OF 

1940 




Mariette Handy Allen* 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

"Manette" 

Persian cats, poise, chatter, 
cosmopolitanism 

E.A.P. Literary Society '39, '10; Dra- 
matic Club '39, '40; Deutsche! Verein; 

Mii. 



Rebecca Arrixgtox Barxhii.l 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

"Becky" 

Conscientiousness, humor, teddy bears, 
absent-mindedness, comic strips 

Honor Council '-10; Publications Staff '10; 
Art Statt. Stage Coach '40; Sigma 
Lambda Literary Society '39, '10, Presi- 
dent '40; Dramatic Club '40; Political 
Science Club '40; Mu. 



Sara Elizabeth Bell 

Dillon, S. C. 

"Sarabell" 

Dates, modernism, brown and yellow 
clothes 

Altar Guild '40; Cboir '39, '40; Glee Club 
'40; Dramatic Club '39, '40; Political 
Science Club, Treasurer '40; Letter Club 
'39, '40; Sigma. 

* Not graduating'. 



.Makv Staxly Berxard 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

"Stanly" 

Puck, mischicvousness, plaid, sponta- 
niety, water colors 

Art Staff Stage Coach '40;E.A.P. Liter- 
ary Society '39, '40; Crucifer '40; Altar 
Guild '40; Dramatic Club '39; Political 
Science Club '40 ; Mu. 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 



Julia Thhuston Bookeh 

Chapel Hill, \. ('. 

"Booker" 

Sneezes, talkativeness, big wrist watches, 
delayed reactions, personality 

Circle '10; Honor Council ':S!i ; Legislative 
Body '10; Publications Staff '39, '40; 
E.A.P. Literary Society '39, '10; Altai- 
Guild '40; Dramatic Club '39, '10; Politi- 
cal Science Club 10; Letter Guild '10; 
Mu. 



Maby Guy Boyd 

Durham, N. C. 

"Guy" 

Old spice, porcelain dolls, cute bores. 

Hall Council '10; Vice President Y.P.S.L. 
'10; Altar Guild '10; Dramatic Club '39, 
'10; Granddaughters' Club '39, '10; 
Sisrma. 



Anne Lewis Bhattoh 

Raleigh, X. ('. 

"Anne" 

Blushes, brown eyes, week-ending, Inn 

Mu. 



Elsie Edmunds Broocks 
Durham, X. ('. 

"Elsie" 

Page boys, "Mademoiselle," week- 
ending, lavender and yellow 

Marsha] '10; Altar Guild '10; Political 
Science Club '10; Deutseher Verein '39, 
'40; Mu. 



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OF 

1940 




Annie Hl'HAX Bunn 

Henderson, N. C. 

"Bunny" 

Grins, curls, sincerity, fluffy animals, 
"Ave Maria" 

Hall Council, Chairman '40; Drive Com- 
mittee '39; Altar Guild '40; Choir '39, '40; 
Glee Club '39, '40; Political Science Club 
'40; Granddaughters' Club '39, '40; Letter 
Club '39, '40; Sigma. 



Doiotiiy Marion Buss 

Raleigh, X. C. 

"Dotty" 

Chartreuse, ringlets, slendcrness, music 

Glee Club '39, '40; Mu. 



Laura Blantos Butcher 

Richmond, Virginia 

"Butcher" 

Small hands, gracefulness, ticqiiamarine, 
amiability 

Chief Marshal '40; Altar Guild '40; Poli- 
tical Science Club '40; Mu. 



Gertrude Randolph Carter 

Shirley, Virginia 

"G. C." 

Cameos, gracionsness, talent, lovely skin 

Art Editor Stage Coach '40; Art Staff 
Stage Coach '39. '40; Staff Bulletin '40; 
E.A.P. Literary Society '39, '40, President 
'40; Altar Guild '40; Dramatic Club '39, 
'40; Political Science Club '40; Sigma. 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 



Mae.gak.et Castleman 
Raleigh, X. C. 

"Peggy" 
Pianos, red Cardigans, soft voice, tiptoes 
Granddaughters' Club '39, '40; Sigma. 



Cathxeen South Castles 

Glen Ridge, N. J. 

"Kay" 

Black velvet, fraternity pins, bines sing- 
ers, May Courts, white orchids 

Altar Guild '40; Choir '39, '40; Glee Club 
'39; Political Science Club '40; Mu. 



Eloise Stewart Champion 

Albany, Georgia 

"Weezie" 

liliie orchids, Gcr.cga drawl, Shalvtnar, 
Southern Mansion s 

Altar Guild '40; Political Science Club 
'40; Sigma. 



Elizabeth Ann Christian 

Raleigh, \. ('. 

"Christian" 

Earnestness, fnn, energy, personality, 
basketball 

Honor Council '39; Political Science Club 
'40; Letter Club '39. '40; Athletic Council 
'40; Mu, President '40. 



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OF 

1940 




CORNELIA JOSEY C'l.AIt K 

Scotland Neck, N. ('. 

"Cornelia" 

Sigma Nus, Honor Council reports, 
generosity, pink sweaters 

Circle '40; Honor Council '39. '40, Secre- 
tary '40; Publications Staff '39, '40; 
K.A.P. Literary Society '39, '40; Altar 
Guild, Vice President '40; Dramatic Club 
'39, '40, Secretary '40; Political Science 
Club '39, '40; Granddaughters' Club '39. 
'40. President '40; Mn. 



Bektha Leonard Cochran 

Alexandria, Virginia 

"Bertha" 

Giggles, V.P.I. , sparrows, red Corduroy 

Altar Guild '40; Choir '39. '40; Glee Club 
'39, '40; Political Science Club '40; Sigma. 



Louise Palmer Coleman 

Asheville, N. C. 

"Squeezy" 

Southern accents, originality, hurrying, 
bathtubs 

Art Staff Stage Coach '40; Altar Guild 
'40; Dramatic Club '39, '40; Political 
Science Club '39, '40; Deutsclier Verein 
'39. '40, President '40; Granddaughters' 
Club '39, '40; Mu. 



Eugenia Elizabeth Coopek 
Raleigh, X. C. 
"Jean" 
Reserve, sincerity, smiles, dark hair 

Vice President Day Students '39 ; Vice 
President Senior Class '40; Sigma Lambda 
I.iterarv Society '39; Sigma. 



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SENIOR 

CLASS 



Marguerite Murchison Crow 

Houston, Texas 



Margaret Bain Cutliff* 
Raleigh, \. C. 
"Margaret" 



Wilmington, nil dresses, hair ribbons, Reticence, studiousness, rug dolls, Strife 

heart bracelets, wood fires College 

Altai- Guild 'til: Glee Club '39, '40; Poli- Sigma. 

tical Science Club U>; Riding Club 'til; 

Sigma, 



Ninette Crawford Dennis 

lilaek Mountain. N. ('. 

"Peggy" 

Light cuts. The Hubaiyat, sunbaths, 
frankness 



Charlotte Morrow Denny 

Rocky Mount. V I'. 

"Minnie" 

Powder blue, red fingernails, angom 
socks, French dolls, fragileness 

Altar Guild in; Political Science Club '39, 
' III; .\iii. 



Not graduating. 



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OF 

1940 




Noha Thompson Dicks 

Rockingham, X. C. 

"Bunny" 

Vivaciousness, horn-rims, bull sessions, 
sparkling brown eyes 

Altar Guild '40; Dramatic Club '39. '40; 
Political Science Club '40; Little Store 
Manager '40; Mu. 



Mary Willis Douthat 

Weyanoke, Virginia 

"Wili" 

Wistfulness, versatility, cute toys, artis- 
tic touches, midnight oil 

Circle '40; Publications Staff '39, '40; 
Editor Bulletin '40; Art Staff Stage Coach 
'39, '10; Art Editor Stage Coach '39; 
E.A.P. Literary Society '39, '40; Altar 
Guild '40; Dramatic Club '39, '40; Politi- 
cal Science Club '40; Sigma. 



Betty Whyte Ellington 

Raleigh, N. C. 

"Betty" 

Brooks sweaters, bronze, gaiety, 
convertibles 



Elizabeth Tayloe Foiyie 

Washington, N. C. 

"Tay" 

Profiles, blushes, that Ca'lina accent, 
peaches and cream complexion 

Altar Guild '40; Political Science Club '40; 
Granddaughters' Club '39, '40; Sigma. 



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SENIOR 

CLASS 



CoRINNA ERWIN GaNT 

Burlington, N. C. 

"Erwin" 

Curl// hair, crazvness, disorder, color 

Second Vice President Student Govern- 
ment '39; Circle '39. '40; Honor Council 
'39; Legislative Body '39; Publications 
Staff '39, '40; Editor Stage Coach '40; 
Art Staff Stage Coach '39, '40; E.A.P. 
Literary Society '39, '40; Altar Guild '40; 
Choir '39, '40; Glee Club '39, '40; Dra- 
matic Club '39, '40; Political Science Club 
'40; Mu. 

Katherine Newbolu Goold 

Raleigh, N. C. 

"Goold" 

Gym suits, congeniality, quietness, 
smiles 

Circle '40; Drive Committee '40; Glee 
Club '39, '40; Letter Club '39, '40; Mu. 



Phyllis Urie Gatling 

Windsor, N. C. 

"Phyllis" 

Ankle bracelets, sophistication 

Marshal '40; Sigma Lambda Literary So- 
ciety '39. '40; Altar Guild '40; Dramatic 
Club '39. '40; Political Science Club '40; 
Granddaughters' Club '39, '40; Mu. 

Lauka Clark Gordon 

Leaksville-Spray, N. C. 

"Laura" 

Deep eyes, basketball goods, Y.P.S.L. 

Junior Class President '39; Circle '39, '40, 
Secretary '40; Marshal '40; Honor Coun- 
cil '39; Legislative Body '39; Sigma 
Lambda Literary Society '39, '40; Y.P. 
S.L. Council '39,' '40, President '40; Altar 
Guild '40; Dramatic Club '39; Political 
Science Club '40; Granddaughters' Club 
'39, '40; Letter Club '39, '40; Sigma. 



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OF 

1940 





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Elizabeth Page Gravely 

Rooky Mount, N. C. 

"Jack" 

Mulberry cardigans, English oxfords, 
green eyes, friendliness 

Treasurer Senior Class '40; Altar Guild 
'10; Political Science Club '40; Sigma. 



Mary Virginia Harrison 

Richmond, Virginia 

"Mary Virginia" 

Knitting, brown hair, "rhythm ," 
serenity, levelheadedness 

Altar Guild '10; Dramatic Club '39, '40; 
Political Science Club '40; Doctors' 
Daughters' Club '39; Mu. 



Agnes Robinette Hayes 

Hillsboro, N. C. 

"Agnes" 

Giggles, helpfulness, common sense, 
kittens 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society '39, '40; 
Y.P.S.L. Council '40, Secretary-Treasurer 
'40; Political Science Club '40; Doctors' 
Daughters' Club '39, '40, Secretary '40; 
Mu." 



Lucretia Wilson Hill 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"Hill" 

Big Blue eyes, pointless jokes, lemons, 
Annapolis buttons, cigarettes 

Altar Guild '40; Political Science Club 
'40; Mu. 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 



Helen Aydlett Kendrick 
Elizabeth City, N. ('. 
"Hak" 
Dogs, "The Drive," arguments, dra- 
matics, bathing suits, versatility 
Circle '30, '-10. Treasurer '39; Hall Coun- 
cil M>; Constitution Committee '39; Pub- 
lications Start '39, '40; Art Staff Stage 
Coach '30, '40; Chairman Drive Commit- 
tee '40; Choir '30. '40; Monitor '40; Glee 
Club '30. '40; Dramatic Club, President 
'30. '40; Political Science Club '40; 
Doctors' Daughters' Club, Treasurer '39, 
'40; Letter Club '30, '40; Athletic Council 
'40; Swimming Assistant '40; Sigma, Vice 
President '40. 

Alice Baskerville Eicon 

Raleigh, \. C. 

"Alice" 

Sigma Nu's, earnestness, chatter, fieri/ 

lints 
Sigma. 



Norma Doris Large 

Rocky .Mount, N. C. 

"Norma" 

Dependability, Marx brothers, sleep, 
practical jokes, drawls 

Altar Guild '40; Choir '40; Glee Club '40; 
Dramatic Club '39, '40; Political Science 
Club 1(1; Doctor's Daughters' '30; Sigma. 



Charlotte Eve Miller 

Raleigh, X. C. 

"Nigger" 

Sincerity, dark eyes, friendliness, sleds 

President Day Students '40; Sigma. 



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OF 

1 940 




Kith Ritchie Milleh 

Salisbury. N. C. 

"Ritchie" 

Dancing, .silver foxes, L'lhivrc Bleu, 
petiteness, excitability 

Altar Guild '40; Dramatic- Club '39, '40; 
Political Science Club '40; Mu. 

Many Elizabeth Nash 

Raleigh, V C. 

"Mary Liz" 

Blue eyes, STrdles, enthusiasm, honor 
rolls 

Publications Staff '40; Business Manager 
Stage Coach j 40; E.A.P. Literary Society 
'39, '40; Dramatic Club '39, '40, Business 
Manager '40; Mu. 



Frances I.avixja Moore 

Raleigh, \. C. 

"Frances" 

Fragile beauty, brains, graciousness, 
charm 

Circle '39. '40; E.A.P. Literary Society 
'39; Granddaughters' Club '39, '40; Sigma. 

Carolyn Darrach Norton 
Blacksburg, \ irginia 

"( 'isslc" 

Enthusiasm, Tangee lipstick, pretty 
p.j's, washing socks 

Hall Council '40; Y.P.S.L. Council '39, 
'40; Altar Guild, President '40; Dramatic 
Club '39, '40; Political Science Club '40; 
Deutselier Verein '39, '40. Treasurer '40; 
Sigma. 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 



\ 



/ 



Mart O'Kkkkk 

Bluefield, West Virginia 

"Mary" 

Pug nose, curly hair, rabbits, West 
Point, sunshvne 

Marshal '40; Y.P.S.L. Council '40; Altar 
Guild '40; Choir '39; Glee Club '39, '40; 
Political Science Club, Secretary '40; 
Deutscher Vcrcin '39, '40; Mu. 

Evelyn Joyce Powell 

Rocky .Mount, N. C. 

"Joyful" 

Keenness, cardigans, Cameo Classics, 
wit, capability 

Publications Staff '39, '40; Editor of Belles 

't0; Sigma Lambda Literary Society '39, 
'tO; Dramatic Club '39, '40; Political 
Science Club '40; Siirma. 



Novella Pope 

Dunn, N. C. 

"Nody" 

Heil miil polish, Pikas, tweed coals, 
milkshakes, "smoothies" 

Altar Guild '40; Political Science Club '39, 
'40, President '40; Mu. 



Mallie Otey Ramsey 

Lynchburg, "S irginia 

"Mallie" 

Illiniums, "en retard," !>us rider, 
Scotch plaids 

Publications Stall '39; E.A.P. Literary 
Society '39, '40; Altar Guild '40; Dra- 
matic Club '39, '40; Political Science Club 
'40; Sigma. 



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OF 

1940 



i . 




Mary Helen Rodman 

Washington, X. C. 

"Mary Helen" 

Pastels, Annapolis, leadership, house 
parties, popularity 

President Student Government '40; Honor 
Council 'ID; Legislative Body '40; Hall 
Council ' to ; Sigma Lambda Literary So- 
ciety '39, '40; Letter Club '39. '40; Sigma. 



Emily Floiueb Schenck* 

Raleigh, \. C. 

"Schenck" 

Cigarettes, moccasins, independence, 
frankness 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society ''MK ' 10, 
Custodian of Banner '40; Letter Club ':!!>, 
'40; Sigma. 



Daisy Andrews Shankle 

Raleigh, X. C. 

"Daisy" 

Kittens, naivete, dimples, neatness, blue 
Mu. 



Xot graduating. 



Katiiekink Bamour Sigmon 

Salisbury, X. C. 

"Kitty" 

Anna polis, red cardigans, letters, 
radius, vitality 

Drive Committee '39, '40; Altar Guild '40; 

Dramatic Club '39, '40; Political Science 
'40; Granddaughters' Club '39, '40; Secre- 
tary '1(1; Mu. 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 



J 





Frances Bykd Smith 

Florence, S. ('. 

"Smith" 

Jitterbugs, victrola records, 'phone 

calls, opals 

Hall Council '40; Art Stall Stage Coach 

'40; Altar Guild '40; Political Science Club 

1(1; Granddaughters' Chili '39, '40; Sigma 

Cheer Leader '40. 

Virginia Trotteb 

La Grange, Georgia 

"Trot" 

Breeziness, acrobatics, food, likable- 

ness, fiui 
Class President '40; Legislative Body '40; 
Publications Start' '3D; Sigma Lambda 
Literary Society III; Altar Guild '40; 
Crucifer '40; Choir '39, '40; (dee Chili '39, 
'40; Letter Club '39, '40; Mii, Vice Presi- 
dent '3D. 



Helen Carol Swart 

Raleigh, \. C. 

"Helen" 

Costume jewelry, Wake Forest, 

Katharine Hepburn, jokes 

Deutscher Ycrein '3D, '40; Sigma. 

Elizabeth Toole Ticker 

Shanghai, China 

"Tibbie" 

Pleasing accent, smiles, ability, classical 

records 
First Vice President of Student Body '40; 
Vice President of Junior Class '39; Circle 
'39, '40, Treasurer '40; Honor Council '40; 
Legislative Body, Secretary '39; Consti- 
tution Committee, Chairman '40; Athletic 
Association '40; Y.I'.S.l.. Council '39, '40: 
E.A.P. Literary Society '39, '40; Choir 
'3D. '40; (dee Club '39, '40; Political 
Science Club '40; Granddaughters' Club 
'39, '40; Doctors' Daughters' Club '39, 
'40; Social Secretary 10; Letter Club 
'.'!!i. '40; Mn. Vice President '40. 



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OF 1940 



Osey Carolyn Wheatlv 

Beaufort, X. C. 

"Kakie" 

Husky voice, chatter, pork pies and 
reversibles 

Choir '39, '40; Glee Club '39; Political 
Science Club '40; Mu. 



Elizabeth Greenfield Wilson 

Batavia, N. Y. 

"Liza" 

Fan, facial contortions, rag dolls. 
"BUTavia," ftigh tincss 
E.A.P. Literary Society '39, '40; Choir '39, 
'40; Glee Club '40; Dramatic Club '39, '40; 
Political Science Club '40; Doctor's 
Daughters' Club, Social Secretary '39, '40; 
Sigma. 



Frances Elizabeth Winboexe 

Raleigh, N. C. 

"Betty" 

Debuts, dark eyebrows, laughter, 

friendliness 

Honor Council '40; Granddaughters' Club 
'39, '40; Sigma. 



Edith Williamson Wootex 
Raleigh, N. C. 
"Little Booze" 

Curly hair, baby bine anil pink, 
amiability 
Mu. 










Betty Evelyn Youxgblood 

Concord, N. C. 

"Bet" 

Hair ribbons, little store, "Over the 

Rainbow," magazines, talkativeness 
Altar Guild '40; Dramatic Club '39, '40; 
Political Science Club '40; Sigma. 



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To these, the Senior ('hiss leaves its fun and responsibilitie 




Elvira Chatham, Vice Fmirlent. 



Jean Meredith, Secretary-Treasvrerj Adelaide Curtis, President 



JUNIOR CLASS 



The members of the Junior Class have come from all over the state and from all 
over the United States. Two months of watching and hobnobbing have taught them 
each others' eccentricities and rounded out their identity. Numerically the largest class 
in schoolj in a sense they are its backbone. And from their midst come the majority of 
initiates into the literary societies and all the various organizations that go to make 
up a lively campus life. Modelling themselves on the seniors, they become the next 
year's campus leaders and form another link in the lengthening chain of seniors who 
give the school its tone, its atmosphere, and its unmistakable flavor. 



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Junior 
Class 



Top: 

Frances Lighteoot Barrett, Richmond, Va. 
Cako Bayi.ey, Springfield, Ohio 

Makgaiiet Little Blount, Bethel, X. C. 
Edna Eakle Boykin, Wilson, N. ('. 



Bottom: 

M \i,v Hughes Boyi.an, New Bern, X. C. 

Mamie Hunteb Burnett, Spartanburg, S. ('. 
Mary Isabelle Chambers, Mai-ion, X. C. 

Elvira Young Cheatham, Henderson, X. C. 



Top: 

Maky E.mii.y C'i.aibohne, Huntsville, Ala. 
Maky Maktha Cobb, Chapel Hill, X. C. 
Maky- Strange Collins, Hillsboro, X. C, 
Adelaide Rodman Curtis, Norfolk, Va. 



lint I tilll : 

Florence Eloise Daniel, Rome, Georgia 

Anne Fay'ssoitx Davis, Durham, X. C. 

Maky- Swan Doiison, Rydal, Pa. 

Janice Fitzgerald, Smithfield, X. C. 




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Junior 




Top : 

Katherine Mortimer Fleming, Wilson, N. C. 
Helen Somerville Ford, Martinsville, Va. 
Amine King Galrkeath, Kinston, N. C. 
Sue Dishman Gant, Raleiah, N. C. 



Bottom: 

Claka Anne Gardner, Brunswick, Georgia 
Eleanor Grant, Asheville, N. C. 

Sarah Locke Hardison, Raleigh, N. C. 

Sue Somerville Harwood, New York, X. Y. 



Top: 

Christine Colridge Hatfield, Ashland. Pa. 
Betty Watson Hilker, Raleigh, N. C. 

Mabel Chauvin Hochenedel, Houma, La. 
Mary Cook Huske, Fayetteville, N. C. 



Bottom: 

Marion Hamilton Jacob, Norfolk, Va. 

Margaret Hodges Kitchin, Scotland Neck, N. C. 
Ella Gale Lamb, Pasadena, Calif. 
Nancy Marshall, Leaksville, N. C. 




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Class 



T, 



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Li (ie Palmer Meade, Arlington, Va. 

Helen Jean Meredith, Lawrenceville, Va. 
Sue Ann Milliken, Southern Pines, X. C. 
Isabelle H. Montgomery, Lynchburg 



Va 



Bottom: 

Leila Alston- Morrison, Concord, \. ('. 
Dorothy McDowell, Kershaw, S. C. 

Helen Bagley McDuffie, Atlanta, Ga. 
Nancy McKinley, East Cleveland, Ohio 



Top 



Bottc 



Octavia McRae, Rockingham, \. C. Carolyn Elizabeth Heed, Henderson, \. C. 

Sara Brooks Nair, Clifton Forge, Va. Anna Jean Kodgeks, Birmingham, Ala. 

Margaret Morris Parker, South Orange, N. J. Ann Parkison Seeley, Raleigh, X. ('. 

Catherine S. Powell, Whiteville, X. C. Nellie S. Sharrer, Westminster, Mi 




t«] 



Junior 




Top: 

Clara Cole Sherrod, High Point, \. C. 
Marjorie Lice Shugart, Richmond, \ a. 
Georgia Annette Spritill, Raleigh, N. ('. 
Marjorie Mae Stenhol'se, Goldsboro, \. C. 



Bottom: 

Ellen Mary Stitky, Fort Myers, l*'la. 
Margaret Gold Swindell, Wilson. \. ('. 
Daisy Deane Taut, Dunn, N. t'. 

Mart A. Taylor, Roanoke Rapids, \. C. 



Top: 

Kathleen Hall Thompson, Raleigh, N. C. 
Elizabeth C. Toepleman, Henderson, \. C. 

Nancy" Jones Tuttle, Raleigh, N. C. 

Bettie Henley Vann, Franklinton, N. C 



Bottom: 

Betty Winston Wales, Edenton, N. C. 

Marie Jacqueline Wateks, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Mary" Alexander Wells, Wilson, X. C. 
Carolyn Hoke West, Kinston, N. C. 




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Class 



Top: Bottom: 

Mary Coleman White, Suffolk, Va. Anna Wadsworth Wood, Edenton, N. C. 

Mart Doyle White, Edenton, N. C. Mary Sievers Woody, Roxboro, N. C. 

Agnes Meredith Wilkinson, La Crosse, Va. Bettie London Wooten, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Corinne T. Williams, Port au Prince, Haiti Margaret Jordan Young, Wilson, N. C. 

( not. photographed ) 

CONDITIONAL JUNIORS 

Bottom: 



Top: 

Mary Elizabeth Barnard, Chevy Chase, Md. 
Margaret Stewart Bethtne, Clinton, X. (.'. 
Patricia Booth, Gainesville, Fla. 

Dora Okline Bothwell, Hickory, N. C. 



Susan Shelton Britt, Tarboro, N. C. 
Frances Ann Brooks, Kinston, N. C. 
Harriett Carter, Wallace, N. C. 

Elizabeth Ann Clark, Wilson, N. C. 




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Conditional 




Top: 

Mary Cleaves Daniels, Goldsboro, \. ('. 

Roberta Amory Dextek, Burkeville, Va 

Annemarie Dumelmaxk, Clarksvillc 

Martha Lancaster Ellen, Raleig 



Tenn, 

N. C. 



Bottom .' 

Dixie Carroll French, Raleigh, X. C. 
Page Nelson Gannaway, Lynchburg, Va. 
Jane Hardaway, Marianna, Flu. 

Mary Latjriston Hardin, Raleigh, N. C. 



Top: Bottom: 

Betty Harris, Spartanburg, S. C. Cordelia Day Jones, Aulandei', N. C. 

Nancy Louise Holt, Burlington, N. C. Katherine Kikhy, Raleigh, N. ('. 

Jinnette Garland Hood, Portsmouth, Va. Sara Jane Kitchin, Washington, D. C. 

Gene Hancock Howard, Washington, 1). C. Sarah Allison Lance, Clinton, N. C. 




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Juniors 



Top : 

Florence 15. Lockwood, Washington, I). C. 
Jrxi- Margaret Makepeace, Sanford, N. C. 
Page Meredith Marshall, Bedford, Va, 
Betty Jean Miller, Raleigh, X. C. 



Bottom: 

Hortense Miller, Houston, Texas 
Nancy Sanford Moore, Richmond, Va. 
Edith Lynx McKenzie, Montezuma, Ga. 
Martha Hill Newell, Richmond, Va. 



Top: 

Anne Louise Nixon, Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Susan Coleman Noble, Gloucester, Va. 
Elizabeth DeCormis Peal, Creswell, X. C. 
Annie Marriott Philips, Battleboro, X 



Bottom: 

Hazel George Philyaw, Comfort, N. C. 

Ellen Montgomery- Phlegar, Norfolk, Va. 
Myrtle Winifred Rosenbaum, Tarboro, X T . C. 
C. Helen Knight Royster, Henderson, N. C. 




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Conditional 
Juniors 




Top: Bottom: 

Mildred Black Stewart, Clinton, \. C. Marguerite E. White, Raleigh, N. C. 

Edla Holmes Walker, Elizabeth City, \. C. Mary Frances Wilson, University, Va. 

Kate Marie Walker, Battleboro, N. C. Grai K. Woodard, Rocky Mount, N. ('. 

( Not photographed ) 



BUSINESS CLASS 




Katherlne Harimso: 
Vice President ,' Svisi 
Lvti.e, President. 



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Busi 



usiness 



Class 







Top : 

Rebecca Matthews Atkins, Raleigh, \. ('. 
Elizabeth A. Belvin, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Jean Watkins Betts, Richmond, Va. 
Eugenia Davis, Salisbury, X. C. 



Bottom: 

Rachel Taylor Edwards, Kinston, X. ('. 
Jane Elizabeth Pokbes, Raleigh, X. ('. 

Blanche Catherine French, Raleigh, X. C. 
Margaret H. Glideweli., Reidsville, X. C. 



Top: 

Mary Beverly Grymes, Orange, Ya. 

Katherine Smith Hardison, Raleigh, X. ('. 
Phyllis Holloway, Houston, Texas 

Eleanor Holshotiser, Salisbury, X. ('. 



Bottom: 

Ida Hassell Jeferess, Kinston, X. C. 
Josephine Johnson, Raleigh, X. C. 

\ irginia Arms Kaulbach, Concord, X. C. 
Margaret Keith I. axe, Suffolk, Va. 




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Business 
Class 



Top: Sybil Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla.; Kathreen Massie, Charlotte, N". C; Mailyn Reaves, Greensboro, N. C; Virginia Lee 
Satterfield, Clayton, N. C. 

Bottom: Elizabeth Tavlor Saunders, Leesburg, Va.; Jeanne Coral Shelton, Raleigh, N. C; Louise Sineath, Goldsboro, 
N. C; Betty Flatau Smith, Raleigh, N. C. 

Top: Carolyn Stenhouse, Goldsboro, X. C; Edwins Osborne Taylor, Littleton, X. C; Beverly Thomas, Charlotte, X. C; 
Margaret Tull, Kinston, X. C. 

(■,1,1c,-: Katherine Susan Turner, Raleigh, X. (' ; Nancy Southall Vest, Alexandria, Va.; Julia Mitchell Vinson, 
Brunswick, X. ('. (Special); Emily Carter Warren, Washington, X. C. 

Bottom: Lucille Elizabeth Warren, Raleigh, X. C; Virginia Kephart Williams, Charlotte, N. C; Virginia Lee Wooten, 
Raleigh, X. C. 




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Underclass Officers 





Martha Knight, P resident. Freshmen; Catherine Gant, President, Sophomores. 



Sophomore Class 



Top: Bottom: 

Elizabeth Hyman Adkins, Richmond, Va. Martha Virginia Blythe, Charlotte, N. C. 

Martha Frances Armstrong, Gastonia, N. C. Adna Elizabeth Bolton, Raleigh, N. C. 

Margaret S. Arrington, Greenville, S. C. Laura Farley Boykin, Wilson, N. C. 

Ann Baker, Greensboro, N. C. Barnett M. Branson, Atlanta, Ga. 




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SI 
ophomore 



To 




Bottt 



Julia Tatum Bribger, Bladenboro, X. ('. Anne Simons Dana, Columbia, S. C. 

Anne H, Carter, Walnut Cove, N. ('. Mary Davis, Wilmington, N. C. 

Bettie Jam-: Casey, Charlotte, \. ('. Catherine Ravenel Gaxt, Burlington, N. C. 

Mildred L. Cleveland, Spartanburg, S. (.'. Bettie Hill, Raleigh, \. C. 



Top: 

Janet James, Hamlet, N. C. 

Sue Kitchin Joyner, Raleigh, N. ('. 

Pauline Geiivais Lindsay, Spartanburg, S. (' 
Virginia M. Manning, Spai'tanburg, S, ('. 



Bottom: 

Mary Louise Marshall, Asheville, X. ('. 
Nancy Patton Martin, Norfolk, \a. 

Anne Whitakeh McClenaghan, Raleigh, X. C. 
Margaret Parsley, Charlotte, X. C. 




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Class 



Top : 

Marie Fiuiet Pate, Laurinburg, X. C. 

Evelyn Burbank Peck, Thomasville, Ga. 
Nancy Rose 1'ok, Raleigh, N. C. 

Ida Jones Quintard, Charlotte, X. ('. 



Center: 

Barbara Orne Rainkv, New Orleans, La. 
Jeax Coker Rowland, Warrenton, Va. 

Adeline Wright Tavi.dii, Summerville, Ga. 
Bettie B. Thorpe, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 



Bottom : 

Phoebe Withers, Suffolk, Va. 

Alice Waltox Yount, Hickory. X. ('. 



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Freshman Class and Preps 




Top rote: Mary Elizabeth Bassett, Bassett, Va.; Betsy Burgess, Sarasota, Fla.; Fannie Closs Coo 
Polly-Dore Donnell, Oak Ridge, N. C; Betty Jane Feuchtenberger, Bluefield, W. Va. 

Second: Catherine Gibbon, Charlotte, N. C. ; Henriette Dargen Hampton, Raleigh, N. C ; Mary 
ville, N. C; Martha Kight, Norfolk, Va.; Mary Elizabeth Love, Burlington, N. C. 

Third: Margaret Graham Mangum, Rougemont, N. C. ; Constance V. Miller, East Hamilton, 
Neiderhauser, Gadsden, Ala.; Nancy O'Herron, Charlotte, N. C. ; Ann Neal Pless, Marion, N. C. 

Fourth: Elizabeth Eugenia Tliorne, Columbia, S. C; Virginia Winifred Work, Auburndale, Fla. 
Raleigh, N. C. ; Edna Jane Hurt, Scottsboro, Ala.; Bettie Alexander Kendrick, Raleigh, N. C. 

Fifth; Mary Ann Pettigrew, Asheville, N. C; Henrietta Ragland, Raleigh, N. C; Betsy John W 

NOT PHOTOGRAPHED 

Margaret Ann Boyle, Columbia, S. C; Anne Bebe Castleman, Raleigh, N. C; Emily Taylor Richardson, Raleigh, N. C; 
Velma Smith, Raleigh, N. C. 



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cActuHiuejL 




These three editors, with their wit, talent, and energy, have changed entirely the 
countenance of Saint Mary's student publications. . . . 




STUDENT 



M \itv Willis Doutha 
Built tin 

Khuin (Iant 
Stage ' 'oach 

Joyce Powell 
Belles 



The PUBLICATIONS STAFF, suffering under the difficulty of satisfying three editors, concen- 
trates most of its time on the Belles, published every two weeks. Joyce Powell with unusual organizing 
ability has succeeded m renovating her publication until it boasts pictures, four column pages, real 
headlines, and first-class scoops. 

Mary Willis has wrought an equally impressive change in the quarterly Bulletin. Not only have 
the contents been more readable, but this year's issues have been made most attractive by the use of 
pictures, and a new, handsomely embossed cover. 

The 1940 Stage Coach is another attempt to paint school life in its characteristic color. In col- 
lecting material for the publication, Erwin has always kept in mind the ideal of creating a lasting, 
vivid, and interesting record which will he valued through the years. 

However, more than to the staff, the Editors arc 
indebted to their Faculty Adviser, Mr. Moore, for 
a more than successful year. He has devoted his 
originality and practical sense towards making this 
year's publications better than ever. 

Mary Elizabeth Nash has been an able and co- 
operating Business Manager. 

As always before, the Art Editor has had the job 
of supervising the work on the various division pages 
but this year Gertrude Carter has had the additional 
responsibility of collecting over a thousand band 
painted endsheets and title pages from the various 
members of the Art Staff. She couldn't have done 
her job with such success had she not been assured 
of the complete cooperation of her staff, and the 
assistance of the art teacher, .Miss Harris. 




C. A. P. Moore 
Faculty Adviser 



Mary E. Nash 
Business Manager 



Their earnest efforts and cooperation have made possible llns y< 
improvement in the publications. . . . 

PUBLICATIONS 




Mallie Ramsey and Louise Coleman are to be thanked for contributing much "I the copy to tin 
Stage Coach, and Mary Emily Claiborne and Meredith Wilkinson for taking and printing snapshots. 

Besides the Editors and Business Managers, five Staff Members receive publication keys for splendi< 
work: Barnhill, Booker, Kendrick, Ford, and Manning. 




Some of these girls drew also the division pages besides carrying on thei 
required water color work. . . . 



The Order of the Circle 



Parker, President 

Booker 
Burin, A. 
Carter, (i. 
Claiborne 
Clark, C. 
Douthat 



Gordon, Secretary 

Gant, ('. 
Gant, E. 
Goold 
Gordon 
Kendrick, H. 
Marshall, P. 
McKinley 



Tucker, Treasurer 

Moore, F. 
Norton 
Parker 
Powell, J. 

Seeli'Y 
Tucker 



As a circle symbolizes unity, so the purpose of this organization is to 
promote a spirit of cooperation between the faculty and the students liy 
the cultivation of high ideals of fellowship, service, citizenship, and 
scholarship, and to assist new students in finding their places in school 
life and activities. 



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The Literary Societies justly deserve their name. 




i 7 ■ T^ 



SIGMA LAMBDA'S 



Like their rivals below, the SIGMA LAMBDA'S seriously write (and some- 
times re-write) poetry, essays, and short stories in competition with each other. 
Judges ]>iek the three best pieces of writing from each of the three types of com- 
position. The cup this year was won by the E.A.P.'s and was presented to them 
at the societies' annua] dinner. 




E. A. P.'S 



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Miss Davis smiles proudly at the last of eight plaques (1!):39) which her 
playmakers liave won in ten years' competition in the annual drama festival 
in Chapel Hill. . . . 




The DRAMATIC CLUB this year presented The Knavery of Scapm, a 
Moliere comedy, and Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, in which Joyce Powell 
was the greedy, obsequious, Shylock. Hotli plays were skillfully directed and 
acted. 

All Dramatic Club members enjoyed frequent trips to Chapel Hill to attend 
presentation of the Carolina Playmakers. 




KNAVERY OF SCAPIN 



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Because of the death of its director, Mr. W. II. Jones, the GLEE CLUB dis- 
continued work on tlie Mikado and concentrated efforts on choral selections for the 
graduation recital. 



k Oli Holy Night! The stars are brightly shinim 




Throbbing organ music, the scent of pines, and Annie Hymaii's exquisite portrayal 
of Mary cut indelibly into memories the poignancy of the CHRISTMAS PAGEANT, 

presented traditionally by the Seniors. 



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Twilight. 




School life is not ;ill work and worry. Within the Chapel one finds twilight 
calm and beauty born of stillness. Light glances through the stain glass windows 
tn spread in Lingering color along the backs of pews, touching hair with a quiet 
radiance, slanting the glow of mists into tin- aisle. On the carved altar the cross 
reflects the white beauty of the lighted candles. And as if to become the invisible 
spirit of this light, music surges through the dimness while tense figures relax and 
lind ryes momentarily close. 

The Sunday vesper service is enchanting in its spell of melody. And the Sunday 
morning service with the quietly robed choir, the hymns, the anthems, the long 
row of girls kneeling at the communion rail, is something that will not he soon 
forgotten. 

'I'd tin maintenance of tin reverent atmosphere of the chapel the Choir and 
Altai- Guild devote themselves completely. 



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These members of the German classes study the cultural aesthetic life of 
romantic Pre-war Germany. . . . 



V if 




An excursion to Chape] Hill, where the club was entertained at a banquet; 
climaxed the DEUTSCHEE VEREIN'S series of programs in which were dis- 
cussed German matters of all kinds. 

Under the guidance of Xndv Pope, the members of this group get actual 
practice in functional citizenship. . . . 




Members of the POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB, the "voters of 1942," vary 
their programs with speakers prominent in North Carolina's state administration 
and with an occasional action on a "hill" carried through by proper legislative 
procedure. 



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The "Doctors' Daughters' Club" is as active and docs as much real good 
as any organization on the campus. . . . 




Mothers, grandmothers or great-grandmothers of these girls are Saint 
.Mary's Alumnae. . . . They have reason to be proud of these who have 
followed in their foot steps. . . . 




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Athletic Council: Harvey, Goss, Christians Kendrick, Kaulback, Tucker. 

ATHLETICS 

Aii aroused .student interest in sports has been evidence enough that Miss Harvey's own enthu- 
siasm has taken fire. No wonder an increasing number of students went out for kiekhall and hockey in 
the fall, Life Saving and basketball in the winter, and tenuis and volley ball in the spring, for no matter 
what the season, each student is assured that at least one major sport awaits her. In the hour Physical 
Education period during the week which is devoted not to dancing but to the sports, she is trained 
with her class in the "how" of playing, and in extra hours in the afternoons, goes out voluntarily 
to participate. If her regular attendance and ability enable her to become a member of the varsity 
All Star team, then she has the honor not only of playing in the finals between the Sigma's and Mil's, 
the traditional athletic teams, but of being invited to join the honorary athletic organization, the Letter 
Club, into which she is initiated either in the fall or spring. Saint Mary's finds that without 
competition in sports with other schools, enthusiasm is worked up to highest pitch in the games 
between the Sifftaa's and Mil's. 



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basketball, bloomers, and banquets 




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HOCKEY. AND IT'S HOT! 

The year was punctuated by frequent highlights in the world of sports. School started with 
a bang in the form of the annua] Sigma-Mu party at which the whole student body lined the walls 
with their team-mates and cheered until they were hoarse for their forwards and guards. The 
Faculty name led by Miss Tucker and Miss Williamson in great woolen bloomers and middies made 
even more of a liit. 

Throughout the year students watched several final games between the Sigma's and Mu's. The 
whole school turned out to witness the furious Ail Star basketball game in which Laura Gordon. 
with the help of Ann Carter, led the Sigma's to a winning score. Later on in the spring, tennis 
matches between Honey IVck. Tibbie Tucker, (Catherine Gooldj ami Ann Christian were popular 
for onlookers. 

In May the swimming meet caused quite a splash, but at the last and most important occasion 
of all, the Letter Club banquet, the school went wild. Pins and sweaters were awarded to individual 
stars, and the custodianship of the 
plaque Was awarded to the team 

which had collected throughout the 

year in all sorts the greatest number 
of points. 

Many students were on several 
varsity teams. Katherine ( mold. 
president of the Letter Club, boasted 
membership in almost every one, be- 
sides one of the highest tennis 
records. Ann Christian, the excel- 
lent Mu President, went out for every 
sport, and was on top in all. 









LETTEE CLUB 



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Interest in sports lias increased by leaps and bounds 




ALL STARS 

(Jinny Kaulbach led the Sigma's with the support of H;ik Kendrick, vice president. Tibbie Tucker, 
outstanding particularly in swimming and tennis, was vice president of the Mu's. 

Miss Harvey has sprunir several innovations that have proved quite popular. For the first 
time students were given the opportunity to take Senior Life Saving. With I wo outside instruc- 
tors, work was necessarily systematic, and when the twenty-five girls were finally given their official 
insignias, they felt they had really earned them. 

Though the pool was elosed during tile eoldest weather, when spring came, the water was 
alive with swimmers. This year, as ten hours of swimming were required of every student, a Sun- 
day night dip was a favorite diversion. Because of Hak Kendrick's tine work in Lite Saving, 
she was given a prominent part in assisting beginners' training, and in taking charge of the pool on 
Sunday Night. 

On one of tin: first spring afternoons, the entire school donned gym suits enthusiastically 

in order to do their best in a general 
activity termed "Play Day." From 
one vwd of the campus to the other 
teams were playing everything; from 
croquet and ping-pong to baseball 
and basketball, all in :i height of 
spirits that continued through tin 
week. "Play Day" proved sueh a 
worthwhile idea that Miss Harvey 
intends letting the Letter Club spon- 
sor frequent ones next year. 




THEY WIELD THEM SKILLFULLY 



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Tucker lets go. . . . Mostly Kendrick. . . . Boyd's so graceful, . . . They love basketball. . . . Don't they. 
Still life. . . . Reach. . . . And it won't come down. . . , Personality swings a wicked back hand. . . . Respite. 
Harvey explains, . . . Homcrun, inside. 



J-JUXJUJJUJl. 




E. CrArx'T 



( )n M;iv MS all eves focused on Chief Marsha] Anna Wood as she dropped 
the handkerchief signifying that the 98th session of Saint Mary's School 
is closed. . . . 




Davis, Wales, Wood, Blount, Boylan. 

MARSHALS need more than good looks, poise, ami graceful posture, for they 
must also have the ability to lead, and an almost endless supply of patience and good 
humor. Theirs is the job of leading, ushering, and seating the Student Body at all 
school functions, and distributing programs and ushering visitors at public perform- 
ances at school. In any student body gathering they must take over the responsi- 
bility of maintaining order and good behavior besides being ready to assume such 
impromptu chores as taking up ballots, Anna Wood, with her assistants, Mary 
Boylan, Betty Wales, Margaret Little Blount, and Ann Davis, arc just the right 
combination of dignity and friendliness needed in efficient marshaling. 



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Kaleidoscope of May Day: a brilliant study in color and movement. 




The lilting brilliance of Masefield's "Cargoes" came to life in the gorgeous pageantry of the 
1940 May Day, the most successful in many a year. Tibbie Tucker as Neptune welcomed from a 
throne beside the sea the arrival of ships from Ninevali and Medieval Spain which brought in turn 
to offer him as queen their six most beautiful girls. They carried wealthy cargoes in enticing 
dowries. But though the apes from Ninevah performed their most intricate contortions, and though 
the cellophane skirts of the Spanish jewels caught the most delicate light, Neptune knew with dis- 
appointment that these twelve were not beautiful enough. 

But suddenly the scene was shattered by a harsh syncopating rhythm. Rollicking English sea- 
men burst in carrying not an ottering of girls but a cargo of coal and clanging cheap tin trays. But 
in the dirty stowaway on board Neptune recognized the beauty which is possessed only by sover- 
eigns, and after miraculously changing her rags to rich robes, he acknowledged her his queen. Otf 
to his subterranean palace lie led her amid a brilliant grand finale of the rejoicing assemblage. 

Kay Castles made a beautiful May Queen, Her court consisted of Toddy Boykin, Gertrude 
Carter, Charlotte Denny, Laura Gordon, Cordelia Jones, Becky I.ockwood, Helen MeDutKe, Sarah 
Nair. Mary O'Keefe. Peggy Parsley, Annette Spruill. 










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After it was all over 



Spanish Sailors 



Ivor? from Ninevah 




Queen is in her Castle 



Ninevah's 



Ladies from Spain 



Sea Nymph: 
Peacock 




Gold from Spain. . . . She did it all. . . . Here they are again. . . . Castles in the air. . . . More gold 
than anything. . . . Jewels. . . . They liked it . . . See? . . . Ninevites. . . Sea Nymphs . . . and Ivories. 




Guess. . . . Metal, it' you know what we mean 
Peacocks. . . . Spanish doubloons. 



Hi. Tibbie. . . . Ditto. . . . Spectators. 



DANCES 




Each year Saint Mary's gives two big dances, the Senior in December, and the Junior-Senior 
in the spring. For the second year the underclassmen have had the opportunity of being in the lime- 
light, too, at a winter formal. This year three informal girlbreak dances were given by the Circle. 



Iii the spring the faculty chooses ten srirls from tlic entire student body who best 
exemplify all round excellence and balance. From these ten girls the Honor Council and 
class presidents choose a final six to whom Mrs. Cruikshank awarded the coveted Saint 
Mary's monogram. 



Annie Hyman Bunn Evelyn Joyce Powell 

Laura Clark Gordon Mary Helen Rodman 

Nancy McKinley Elizabeth Toole Tucker 



Also in the spring the Stage Coach sponsors a popular election in which the Stu- 
dent Body votes its choices for the 



Eight Outstanding Seniors 



The eight names are kept secret until publication of the Stage Coach which features 
pictures of the girls on the following pages. 



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VIRGINIA TROTTER 



MARY HELEN RODMAN 




LAURA BUTCHER 



ELIZABETH TUCKER 




JOYCE POWELL 



LAURA GORDON 



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ERWIN GANT 



HELEN KENDRICK 



HALL COUNCIL: Hum.,. Chairman; Vann, Secretary; Blythe, Boyd, Feutchenherger, Fleming, Gant, C„ Nair, Norton, 
Peal, Philyaw, Smith, F., Wilkinson, W 1, Woody. 

GRANDDAUGHTERS' CLUB: Baker, Boyd, Boylan, C. Clark, Cobb, Coleman, Crow, M. C. Daniels, Fleming, Ford, Fowle, 
Galling. Gordon, K. Hardison, S. L. Hardison, Harwood, Joyner, Lamb, Lockwood, 11 I.. Marshall, McClennghan, McBae, 

Montgc iv, F. Moore, Noble, Parker, Pate, Peal, Phillips, Quintard, Sigmon, P Smith, C. Stenhouse, M. Stenhouse, Swindell, 

B. Taylor, Toeple n, Tucker, Vann, Wales, Wells, B. .1. West, C. West, M. F. Wilson, Winborne, Wood, B. L. Wooten, 

.Vol photographed: Blount, Bayley, Bunn, II. II, Cheatluim, Jeffress, Lindsey, Milliken, Warren, E. C., Watters, Woodard. 

PUBLICATIONS STAFF: Powell, J., Editor Belles; Douthat, Editor Bulletin; Gant, 10. . Editor Stage Coach; Nosh, 
Business Manager Stage Coach; Barnhill, Booker, Clark C, Ford, Gannaway, Harwood, Hatfield, Jacob, Kendrick, H., Kight, 
Manning, Massie, McKinley, Miller, II. Newell, Seeley, Swindell, Taylor, M. 

AST STAFF "I' STAGE COACH: Carter, <!.. in Editor; Adkins, Barnhill, Bernard, Br :ks, E., Cheatham, Coleman, 

Ci er, F„ Dana, Davis, Q . Douthat, Gant, E„ Gant, s., Hatfield, Hoehenedel, Kendrick, II., Manning, Parsley, Rowland, 

.Seeley, Shelton, Smith, F., Tinker, Vest, Wotten, V. L. 

E.A.P. LITERABY SOCIETY: Carter, G., President; Boylan, Fice President; Meade, Secretary-Treasurer; Allen, Bernard, 
Booker, Clark, C, Dodson, Douthat, Gant, C, Gant, E., Hardaway, Harwood, Manning, Nash, Quintard, Ramsey, Royster, 
Seeley. Taylor. M., Tinker. Wilson. E, 

SIGMA LAMBDA LITERARY SOCIETY: Barnhill, President; McKinley, Vice President; Claiborne Dana, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Coleman, Dexter, Gardner, Gatling, Gordon, Hayes, Joyner, Peek, Powell, C, Powell. J., Rodman, Schenck, Tart, 
Trotter, Tuttle, While. II r, Wilson. M, F. 

CHOIR: Armstrong, Barnard, Bell, Bunn, Castles, Cheatham, Cochran, Dodson, Fitzgerald, Gant. C, Gant. E.. Hatfield, 
Jacob, Jeffres, Jones, Kendrick, Lnnce. Large. Love. Lytle, Marshall, P.. .Nixon. Rainey, Royster, Slueky, Trotter, Tucker, 
Walker, E„ Wallers. Wheatly, Wilson, Iv, Withers, 

GLEE CLUB: Armstrong, Bernard, Barrett, Hell. Blythe, Bunn, A., Bunn, I).. Cheatham, Cochran, Dodson, Fitzgerald, 
French, ll. Gant, C, Gaul. E„ Goold, Hatfield, Hood, Jones, Kendrick, H., Lanoe, Large, Love, Marshall, P., Nixon 
O'Keefe, Poe, Ri iy, Stucky, Trotter, Tucker, Walker. E„ Watters, While, M. D., Wilson, E„ Withers. 

ALTAR GUILD: Norton, President; Kaulbach, Vice President; Clark. C, Secretary; Bell, Bernard, Bunker, Boyd, 
Brooeks, K . Bunn, A. II. Butcher, Curler. G., Castles, Champion, Cochran, Coleman, Crew, Daniel, Davis. G., Denny. Dicks, 
Douthat, Fowle, Gant, E., Gatling, Gordon, Gravely, Harrison, Hill, Holshouser, Large, Lytic, Miller. R., O'Keefe, Pope, Ramsey, 
Rodman, Sigmon, Smith, P.. Trotter, Warren, E. C, Youngblood. 

Y.P.S.L. COUNCIL MEMBERS: Gordon, President; Boyd, Fice President; Hayes, Secretary-Treasurer; Tucker, Woodnrd, 
Norton, Curtis, Gant, O'Keefe, Marshall, Ford, Walters, Manning, 

DEUTSCHER VEREIN: Coleman. President; Norton, Treasurer; Hiss .Mary Helen Dodd, Faculty Adviser; Allen. Boykin, 
Cobb, Dodson, Dunzelmann, linker. Lance, McRae, Montgomery, Newell, O'Keefe. Phlegor, Swart, Thompson, Walker, M., 
Wilson, M, F. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE CUT!: Pope, President; Marshall. 11. . Vice President; O'Keefe. Secretary; Bell, Treasurer ; 
Barnhill, Bernard, Booker, Boylan, Brooeks, P. , Bunn, A.. Butcher Curler, G , Castles, Champion, Christian, Clark, C, Cochran, 
Coleman. Crow. Daniel, 1''., Dennis, Denny, Dicks, Fowle, Gant, P.. Gatling, Gordon, Gravely, Harrison, Harwood. Hatfield, 
Hayes, Hill, Kendrick, H., Knight, Kitchin, M., Lamb, Large, Marshall, B„ Marshall, P., Miller, K. Newell, Norton, C, O'Keefe, 

Peale, Philips, Pope, Powell. J., Kamsey, K I, Ho. leers. Rodman. Sigmon. Smith, F., Trotter, Tucker, Vann, P. . Warren, E., 

Wheatly, White, M. I) , Williams, (.'., Wilson, E , Wotten, B. L., Youngblood. 

DOCTORS' DAUGHTERS' CLUB: Harwood, President; Hood, Tier President; Haves. Secretary; Kendrick, Treasurer; 
Fitzgerald, Gibbon, .lames. Kight, Martin, Milliken. Reaves. Stenhouse, M., Tucker, West, B, -I. West, Carolyn, Walker. Edla, 
While, M. C, Wilkinson, Wilson. E. 

LETTER CLUB MEMBERS: Adkins, Armstrong, Reiley. Bell, Booker, Bunn. A. Burgess, Burnett, Cuslleman, 

Christian, Curtis, Daniel, F., Davis, A., Feuchtenberger, French, D., Goold, Gordon, Hardaway, Hatfield. Hoehenedel, Kendrick, 

IP, Lindsay, Love, Lytle, Massie, .Newell, Noble, Peck, Rainey, Rosenbamn, Schenck, Smith, B. Thomas, Toeplman, Trotter, 
Tucker, Wallers, Wilkinson, Withers, Wooten, V. 




Upon Occasion 



The play's the thing. . . . Concerts are fun lust boys. . . . The station wagon set. . . . 

Mrs. McLeod and Sunday p.m.'s. . . . Easter, flowers and snow. . . . We love us. . . . Letter Club 
initiates. . . . Coupla rotten eggs. . . . Wasn't it divine? . . . The flowers that bloom in the Spring, 
tra-la ! 




Personalities 



Meditations. . . . Two of a kind. . . . Sunday smiles . . . Ipana Dodson. . . . This Page is 
good reading. . . . What do ya mean? . . . Mighty sweet. . . . His royal highness. . . . Pair of 
aces. . . . That Driving power. . . . Smoothie. . . . Well ! . . . Cuddles. . . . What we like. 










Seen on the Campus 

On parade. ... La booker. . . . Faculty off guard. . . . Time out. . . . Don't look now, Mary. 
but. . . . Snow people. . . . Surprised? . . . Right on front campus, too. . . . Scoring Play Day. . . . 
Rocky Mount girls make good. . . . Nothing else to do. . . . Action, camera. . . . Opens wide the 
door. 



Student Life 



Nair-y a flaw. . . . Art for art's sake. . . . "Back in a minute." . . . Smirks and smiles 
they're off. . . . Danger — women at work. . . . Norma and English N. . . . Goin' places? . 
was so pretty. . . . Little Storing . . . the other half. . . . Pinky. . . . Come and get it! 



It 




Incidentally 



Smiles. . . . Just Wili. . . . That third floor Holt. . . . Phew. . . . The office steps out. . . . 
Just too much teeth. . . . Who's lit' waving' at? . . . The picture is of the car. ... A perfect 
pose. . . . Be sociable why don't you? Three of a kind. ... A new form of pole sitting. . . . There's 
that dog again. ... Is that a calculating grin? 





Three times a day 




LAxL^WliLhJLWJlA\i^ 



To Our 
STAGE COACH ADVERTISERS 

We express our appreciation 

and recommend the patronage 

of these firms 



Ambassador Theatre 

Blue Star Stores 

Boon-Isley's Drug Store 

Boylan-Pearce, Inc. 

Branley's Drug Store 

Briggs & Sons. Thos. H. 

Brogden Produce Company 

Brown's Market 

Bynum Printing Company 

California Fruit Store 

Capital Ice & Coal Company. Inc. 

Carolina Cleaners 

Carolina Coach Company 

Colonial Pines Hotel 

Cranford's Beauty Salon 

Croraley-Melvin Drugs 

Daniel, Wm, Camera Shop 

Donations: Electric Service 
Cafeteria 
Five and Ten 
Gas Service 
Wholesale Meats 

Fckerd's 

Edwards & Broughton Company 

Ellisberg's 

Ellisberg's Millinery Salon 

Fallon Company. Inc.. J. J. 



Hudson-Belk Company 

Hudson Fish & Oyster Company 

Hotel Carolina 

Jean's 

Lance Packing Company. Inc. 

Lewis Sporting Goods Company 

Marsh Company. Inc., Geo. 

Neiman's Jewelers 

North Carolina Theatre 

Poole's Beautv Shop 

Porter Candy Company 

Preston, Inc. 

Royal Baking Company 

Royster's 

Siddell Studio 

Sir Walter Hotel 

Staudt's Bakery 

State. Palace, Capitol Theatres 

St. Mary's School and Junior College 

Strop Taxi Company 

Taylor's 

Tliiem. James E. 

Walgreen's 

White's Ice Cream Company 

Williams & Company. Alfred 

Wright's Dairy 

Wyatt & Sons. Job P. 



The Stage Coach is the only publication oj Saint Mary's School and Junior 
College for which advertisements are accepted. A bulletin board list of our adver- 
tisers is kept at the school for the session. 



UDSON-BELK COMPANY 



Raleigh's Largest Department Store 

Appreciates your patronage during the school 

year just ending and looks forward 

to serving you again during 

the coming year 



YOU WILL ENJOY 
SHOPPING 

— at — 



I! 



IM*%Ioil 



1 12 Fayetteville Street 



MEET 

at the 

California Fruit 
Store 



Lunches and Fountain Service 

that delight the most 

fastidious 



BOON-ISELEY'S 
DRUG STORE 

"The College Drug Store" 

Max Factor and Dorothy Grey 
Beauty Preparations 



Fayetteville Street 
PHONE 7728 

Open Day and Night 



LANCE PACKING 
COMPANY, Inc. 



PEANUT PRODUCTS 
CANDIES 



Charlotte - Greensboro 
North Carolina 



TAYLORS 



"The Show Place of the Carolina's" 



YOU CAN FIND AT THIS GOOD STORE 

MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 

PRICES YOU WISH 

TO PAY 





Lovely Things at Little Prices 


William Daniel 


l£>nv\'A 


Camera Shop 

22 West Hargett 


qYZ\\\\®) 


VgjflRiWli'lif^filrt**' 3 ^ 






108 Fayetteville Street 


Developing 


Phone 4635 Raleigh, N. C. 




Camera Supplies 


Raleigh's Newest and Finest 




HOTEL CAROLINA 


Special Service to 




Soint Mary's Students 


The Nearest to Saint Mary's 


SCHOOL SUPPLIES . . . 


The New Silk Lastex 


EVERSHARP PENCILS 
WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN 


JANTZEN 


PENS 




KODAKS and SUPPLIES 
ALBUMS 


Bathing Suit Has All the 


MEMORY BOOKS 


Glamour and Style 


POEMS 


It's the Perfect 


LOOSE LEAF BOOKS 


SWIMSUIT 


STATIONERY 




SHEET MUSIC 


• 


"House of Quality" 


LEWIS SPORTING 


JAMES E. THIEM 


GOODS CO. 


Phone 2-2913 Raleigh, N. C. 


112 W. Hargett Street 



CAPITAL ICE & COAL COMPANY, Inc. 

Phone 5589 — Raleigh, North Carolina 

WE SUPPLY THE ICE FOR YOUR REFRIGERATORS 
AND THE FUEL FOR YOUR HEATING PLANT 

We Hope We Add to Your Comfort 


CKOMLEY t MELVIN 
DRUGS 


WRIGHT'S DAIMY 
THE PINES 

We Furnish Your Milk 
and Cream 

Garner Road — RED No, 3 


TWO STORES 

CAMERON PARK 

Phone 5834 


STROP TAXI CO. 

25c a Trip in City Limit 
ONE or FOUR 

— PHONE 58m — 

Oldest — Most Reliable 


SIR WALTER HOTEL BLDG, 
Phone 7533 


COMPLETE 
DRUG STORE SERVICE 



CAROLINA COACH COMPANY 



Comfort 



Convenience 



Courtesy 



ASK THE GIRLS WHO WENT TO CHARLESTON 



GEO, MARSH CO., Inc. 

Wholesale Grocers 

310 South Harrington Street 
Raleigh, N C 



Sai 



BAMBY" 



ROYAL BAKING CO. 

B. STKEB, Prop. 



Visit Raleigh's Finest audi 
Largest Drug Store 

PATENT MEDICINES 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

COSMETICS SUNDRIES 

(jDckerc s 

SODA FOUNTAIN and 
LUNCHEONETTE 

EVERYTHING 
For Saint Mary's Girls 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 

ft lllSBEHfe ) 

»x,. y 

126 Fayetteville Street 
Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH 

APPAREL 



For the College Miss Who Aspires 

to the Distinction of Being 

Smartly Gowned ot 

All Times 



BRANTLEY'S 




DRUG STORE 




The Place to Meet 




Your Friends 


"CHEAP 


For the BEST 


ELECTRICITY 


SODAS - ICECREAM 
COSMETICS 


IS 
CHEAPER STILL" 


Drop in 




1 35 Fayefteville Street 




or Telephone 8834 




PORTER CANDY CO, 


A 


Wholesale Confectioners 


* 


Telephone 5329 313 S. Blount St. 


BLUE STAR STORES 


Kaleif-h, N. C. 


HOME OWNED 


COMPLIMENTS OF 
ELLISBERG'S 

Millinery Salon 


BROGDEN PRODUCE 
COMPANY 




Wholesale Fruits, Produce 


Exclusive Agency for 
Rafield- the Perfect School Hat 


Dinint! Room Supplies 



DONATION 
WHOLESALE MEATS 


DONATION 

Eastern Carolina's 
Finest Cafeteria 


Am Afternoon "Bite" 

delightfully served in our 
cozy ploce is on occasion 
most enjoyable. 


Hudson Fish and Oyster 
Company 

Sea Foods for Your 
Dining Boom 

Phone 5846 Raleigh 


Meet your friends here! 

S T A U D T ' S 
KETAIL STOME 

"Across the street from the Campus" 


We Appreciate , , , 

Your patronage of the past 
season and sincerely trust our 
efforts to offer you the best 
in entertainment has been 
successful. 

AMBASSADOR 

STATE 

PALACE 

CAPITOL 

Operated by 
North Carolina Theatre 


BROWN'S MARKET 

300 Glenwood Ave. 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

DINING EOOM SUPPLIES 



CR ANFORB'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

MBS. T. E. DOWDY 
Owner ■> Manager 

Phone 5768 Raleigh, N. C. 

Odd Fellows Building 


V\jlxax\joutlX 

JIUtELERSSILVERSmiTHS 

RALEIGH. N.C. 

Phone 7704 
109 Fayetteville Street 


"HOYSTER'S" 

Since 1865 

207 Fayette-ville Street 

Raleigh, N. C. 

\ To eat stale can fly is so silly, 

When fresh candy can be bought in the 
! heart of the city. 


BYNUM PRINTING 
COMPANY 


BETTER PRINTING 


Phone 6417 
Raleigh, N. C. 


CAROLINA CLEANERS 
Phone 8S7I 116 Harrison Ave. 

Dry Cleaning o Pressing 
Altering • Dyeing 

Odorless Work of the Highest Quality 
Prompt, Efficient Service 


FLOWERS! 

Cut Flowers, Corsages, Graduation 
Bouquets, Decorations 

Phone 8347 
J. J. FALLON CO., Inc. 
"We Grow the Flowers We Sell" 


Thos. H. Briggs & Sons 

Incorporated 

HARDWARE 

220 Fayetteville Street 

Raleigh, N C 

"The Convenient Place to Shop" 


SIDDELL STUDIO 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


Official Photographer for 
The Stage Coach 



DONATION 
5 and iOc STOKE 


WHITE'S ICE CKEAM 

"There IS A Difference" 

We Supply the Tittle 
Store 


THE HOTEL 

that is known as 

headquarters 

for 

Saint Mary's Visitors 


JOB P. WYATT & SONS 
COMPANY 


HARDWARE and SEED 

BULBS, PLANTS 

and 

GARDEN SUPPLIES 


The , , . 

HOTEL SIM WALTER 

Kates 52.50 Upward 
Roland A. Mumford, Manager 


325*327 S. Wilmington Street 
Raleigh, IN. C. 


Thanks for Your Patronage 
Poole's Beauty Shoppe 

"Raleigh's Permanent Hare Center' 

Established 10 Years 

7 West Hargett Street . Phone 4904 
New Raleigh Building 


Alfred Williams & Co. 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Social Engraving 
Diplomas Certificates 
Commencement Invitations 

Books of All Publishers 
Established 1867 



NOTHING LIKE 


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STUDENTS 


GAS 


ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 




— AT — 


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Cooking 

Hot Water 






Refrigeration 


Raleigh's Most Popular 




DEUG STORE 




Always the Newest 




, , . in , . , 


The Colonial Pines Hotel 




extends congratulations to the 


QUALITY 


Class of '40, and awaits with 




pleasant anticipation the Te^ 


MERCHANDISE 


turn of the student body in 
the Fall. 




Boylan-Pearce, Inc. 




"Raleigh's Shopping Center" 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Mrs Ernest Cruikshank, A.M , President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 
The Curriculum also includes 10th, 1 I th, and 12th grades of High School 
work All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 

Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool -■ Horseback Riding -- Golf 

ANNUAL SESSIONS - - MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE 
Write A. W. Tucker, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



Render Unto Caesar" . . . 

Few students when they read THE STAGE COACH and look with 
interest through its pages realize the long hours of continued 
effort and capability required of the staff in the preparation 
of copy, calls on the merchants, and the many other endless 
duties required of an efficient staff member. So — give it a 
thought and render a tribute to those staff members of your 
publication who have served faithfully their school and their 
fellow students in these extra curricula activities. 

Edwards & Broughton Company 

Raleigh, North Carolina 







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